Dunnes Stores

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Donnybrook Fair has six epicurean stores in some of Dublin and Wicklow’s most affluent areas. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The ending of discussions between Dunnes Stores and Donnybrook Fair about a takeover deal looks like a missed opportunity for Ireland’s largest retail(...)

A takeover of Donnybrook Fair by Dunnes would have been seen within the industry as a natural progression for Ireland’s largest indigenous retailer

Talks between Dunnes Stores and the high-end supermarket chain Donnybrook Fair over a possible takeover deal have ended without agreement, according t(...)

One of the Avonmore soups affected by the recall.

Glanbia is recalling batches of Avonmore Fresh Soups due to the possible presence of small plastic pieces. The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSA(...)

A Cork Lotto syndicate finally collected their €8.3m jackpot in Dublin on Monday after waiting a month before doing so. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A Cork Lotto syndicate finally collected their €8.3 million jackpot in Dublin on Monday after waiting a month before doing so. The group won in the d(...)

Dunnes Stores kick off their French wine sale on Tuesday September 4th

As autumn kicks in, and all those extra school expenses begin to bite, most of the multiples have special offers starting off in early September. Dun(...)

Charlestown Shopping Centre in north Dublin has the benefit of a current grant of planning permission for 247 apartments on adjoining land.

Businessman Eamon Watters, owner of Panda Waste, one of Ireland’s largest waste collection and recycling companies, has acquired a substantial stake i(...)

With sales of £3.4 billion, Sports Direct is king of its castle in sports retailing in Britain.

The hard-headed billionaire, Sports Direct retailer Mike Ashley, has for years been a pantomime villain of Britain’s financial press. But over the la(...)

Niamh Fox Photograph: Alison Derham

Chef Niamh Fox’s CV reads like restaurant royalty – Ard Bia in Galway, Café Paradiso in Cork and Rochelle Canteen in London all feature – and now she (...)

A decision by Dunnes Stores to appeal a €15,000 award to an assistant manager who was dismissed after being on sick leave for two years has backfired. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

A decision by Dunnes Stores to appeal a €15,000 award to an assistant manager who was dismissed after being on sick leave for two years has backfired.(...)

The Irish consumer can spend as little as 50 cent for beer and cider while the price of a single standard gin drink is 60 cent, according to a pricing survey by Alcohol Action Ireland.

Alcohol in Ireland now costs so little that a woman can consume enough to damage her health by spending just €5.50 a week while a “fatal” amount can b(...)

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